Add Up to 60% MORE Fuel Capacity to Your PWC With The Long Hauler Auxiliary Fuel System Kit

Over the past three years, The Watercraft Journal has sold hundreds of its Long Hauler Auxiliary Fuel System Kits to personal watercraft owners across the world. Literally hundreds of enthusiasts are enjoying longer rides to far off shorelines that they couldn’t reach before.

This comprehensive, lightweight package includes every bit of hardware and equipment (besides basic hand tools) necessary to install on to any 4-stroke powered Kawasaki, Yamaha and pre-2012 Sea-Doo runabout (except those equipped with deck extensions).

Christopher Stone of The Adventure State wrote: “I like to ride long distances and having the Kawasaki Ultra 310, it can be quite thirsty. I came across the Long Hauler Auxiliary Fuel System Kit and finally decided on that one. I had that fuel kit installed in 10 minutes, and it has saved my behind on long distance riding more than once. Needless to say, I am an extremely happy customer!”

The Long Hauler Auxiliary Fuel System Kit uses the vacuum created by the watercraft’s fuel pump to naturally siphon fuel from a vented-to-atmosphere marine-grade auxiliary fuel tank that holds over 12-gallons of fuel. It installs without any drilling, cutting or permanent modifications saving your PWC’s resale value.

Michael King wrote: “I installed the Auxiliary Fuel System Kit on my FX Cruiser SVHO. Let me tell you, it worked amazing. I can’t believe Yamaha hasn’t offered something similar. [I took] a trip that I’ve done before and previously worried about fuel level, around 70 miles of riding pretty fast and hard from Jersey City, NJ to City Island, NY.

“I was at 100% fuel according to the Yamaha gauge up until the tail end of the ride where it got down to 94%. When I checked the Auxiliary Fuel System tank, it was pretty much empty, maybe one gallon left in it. I was pretty impressed with how well it worked and can’t believe how easy it was to install/use.”

The Long Hauler Auxiliary Fuel System Kit is priced at $695 but only until the end of Spring. Cost of materials have increased steadily over the past two years requiring us to raise prices, but we’re going to keep the price as-is for a couple of more months so order yours NOW before the price change.

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Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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